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Hiding Evidence

02 Aug, 2017

Hiding Evidence in a Criminal Trial I was reading the New York Times on Sunday when I came across this article about a woman wrongly convicted of killing her mother in Memphis, Tennesse. When I read that a prosecutor, such as the one in this case, historically has withheld evidence and played games with peoples lives, […]

On Being A Lawyer

01 Aug, 2017

On Being a Lawyer I want to share with you something very important, the reason I became a lawyer. My grandfather, Coleman Zimmerman, was a great lawyer in the State of Rhode Island. He was the youngest person at the time, which was in the 1920’s to get a law degree and pass the bar […]

Lawyers and the News Media

30 Jul, 2017

Lawyers and the News Media “The people will believe what the media tells them they believe.” –George Orwell In Patterson v. Colorado, ex. rel., Attorney General, 205 U.S. 454, 462 (1907), Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes wrote: “[t]he theory of our system is that the conclusions to be reached in a case will be induced by […]

Mr. Zimmerman practices criminal defense in Local, State and Federal
Courts across the State of Georgia. Mr. Zimmerman handles cases in trial courts as well as appeals.

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